Russian model Viki Odintcova shared a new Instagram photo today, one where she went braless under an open robe matched with white bottoms. She sat on the ground and leaned on a bed as she popped her right foot and touched her face with her hand. Her hair was down in a dramatic left part, and she sported pink lipstick. The photographer was Mavrin, who works for many brands — including Playboy and Maxim.
Viki has been sharing a combination of lingerie and bikini photos over the past few weeks. This included a shot of her in a nude-toned sheer bodysuit with thong detailing. In this shot, she stood by a sliding glass window that overlooked a mountain landscape. The model followed that up with a photo of herself sitting in a shallow end of a pool as she rocked a black string bikini. Odintcova threw her head back and let her hair fall down, letting her pose accentuate her curves.
And that wasn’t all, as Viki recently shared another photo — one which was a sneak peek for a magazine shoot. She didn’t disclose which magazine it would be for, although fans tried to guess. The photo showed the model going topless as she wore high-cut denim shorts with a long-sleeved plaid shirt. She wrapped the shirt around her waist. The model leaned against a red sports car, and looked towards the photographer — who could be seen in the backdrop.
With over 4.8 million followers, Viki is a very popular Instagram star — not just in Russia, but also worldwide. She got a lot of attention in February of 2017 when she performed a stunt at the Cayan Tower in Dubai. Without any safety equipment or harnesses, the model leaned backwards from the top of a building. She later dangled from the building, both times only being held by her right hand by a male assistant. Police intervened and forced her to sign a statement saying that she would never do it again, according to the Daily Mail.
The model later noted, “I still cannot believe that I did it. Every time I watch this video, my palms get sweaty.” And after the story went viral, many condemned the model for putting her life at risk for a photo. And while the building wanted to sue her for her actions, the model quipped back, according to the Huffington Post.
“We deserve a reward for disclosing weaknesses in the security of that building. We were at the rooftop of that building without any evil intentions, however someone else could have come out there to commit suicide or an act of terrorism.”